Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
There is no one computer control module for the whole car, there is the Body control module that operates the power accessories and the instrument cluster and other functions like wipers and the anti theft system, it is called the BCM, there is a ABS control module (sold with the entire ABS hydraulic control unit), then the Airbag/SRS system has what is called the Airbag diagnostic monitor module, the Transmission control module called the TCM, and the Powertrain control module (PCM) are all contained in the same module, the chances that all these control modules have failed is next to zero, the most cost efective thing to do at this point is to have the Chrysler dealer diagnose all the fault codes you are receiving, even if it proves that one or more of the control modules is defective you can't just plug them in, they must be programmed for your car by the dealer using a special tool called a scanner.
My experience is 35 years as a factory trained technician with a master technician certification from ASE
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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